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MRSS Événements - 2017

Disempowering Shareholders

Ali Akyol, PhD
Senior Lecturer
Department of Finance
Faculty of Business and Economics
THe University of Melbourne

Le mercredi 4 octobre 2017
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais 
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement) In this presentation, the speaker will examine the decision made by a corporate vote tabulating firm to withhold interim vote results from proposal sponsors that limit shareholders ability to pass the important 50% support level as a case to examine the value implications of shareholder empowerment. 

 

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Managing the Coopetition Paradox in Alliance Formation

Natalie Slawinski, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Faculty of Business Administration
Memorial University

Le vendredi 7 avril 2017
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais 
DMS 7170

 

 

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The Challenge of Corporate Risk Reporting - Conceptual, Analytical and Empirical Research Insights

Michael Dobler, Ph.D.
Full Professor
Accounting, Auditing and Taxation
Technische Universität Dresden 

Le vendredi 10 mars 2017
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement) Corporate risk reporting is a recent challenge faced by business firms, investors, analysts, regulators and other stakeholders.

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A strategy-as-practice study on coopetition in the New Zealand wine sector: It's not what you say but the way that you do it

James Crick
Researcher 
School of Business and Economics
Loughborough University 

Le mardi 28 février 2017
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 4165

 

 

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The Prosthetic Generation is all Around us: Feelings and Emotions about Knee Replacement Surgery and their Impact on Overall Sentiment

Leyland Pitt, Ph.D.
Professor of Marketing
Dennis F. Culver EMBA Alumni Chair of Business
Beedie School of Business
Simon Fraser University 

Friday, February 10, 2017
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Desmarais Building
DMS 4165

(En anglais seulement) Since the first knee replacement surgery was carried out in 1968, total knee replacements have become not only one of the most common, but also most successful procedures in all of medicine. 

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Telecommuting: The Good, the Bad and the Unknown

Kristen Shockley, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
University of Georgia
Associate Editor, Journal of Vocational Behavior 

Le vendredi 27 janvier 2017
13 h 30 à 15 h 30
Pavillon Desmarais 
DMS 4165

(En anglais seulement) Telecommuting is becoming increasingly prevalence in the workplace. However, as reflected in recent trends, such as Marissa Mayer revoking all telecommuting privileges at Yahoo, there is a great deal of misunderstanding about the efficacy of telecommuting both for work-life balance and productivity purposes. 

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Événements - 2016

 

Mapping the Gendered Ecosystem: The Evolution of the Global Women Entrepreneur Leaders Scorecard

Ruta Aidis, Ph. D.
Senior Fellow
Schar School of Policy and Government
George Mason University

Le vendredi 2 décembre 2016
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement) There is increasing awareness that gender-blind business support measures do not support women’s enterprise development to the extent that they support its male equivalent. 

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Science, Technology and Innovation: Challenges for Measurement and Analysis 

Louise Earl
Chef de section
Division des investissements, science et technologie 
Statistique Canada  

Le vendredi 25 novembre 2016
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais 
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement) This presentation provides an overview of the conceptual frameworks employed to measure science, technology and innovation (ST&I). 

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Do Underwriters Overprice IPOs to Avert Potential Withdrawal by the Issuers?

Walid Busaba, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Finance
Ivey Business School
Western University 

Le vendredi 30 septembre 2016
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais 
DMS 7170

(Enanglais seulement) The paper sheds a new light on the intermediary role of underwriters, by examining how the underwriters handle difficult-to-sell IPOs.

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“The Perfect Little Bump”: Does the media portrayal of pregnant celebrities influence maternal-infant attachment?

Jayne Krisjanous, PhD
Senior Lecturer
Post-graduate Programme Director
School of Marketing and International Business
Victoria University of Wellington

Le vendredi 16 septembre 2016
10 h à 12 h
Desmarais Building
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement) Today the growing media interest in pregnant celebrities allows for extensive exposure and scrutiny by pregnant women.

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The Economic Value of Knowledge: Embodied in Goods or Embedded in Cultures?

Olivier Crevoisier, Ph.D.
Professeur ordinaire
Insitut de sociologie
Université de Neuchâtel

Le vendredi 1 avril 2016
9 h 30 à 11 h 30
Pavillon Desmarais 
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement) « Tacit » knowledge is a fuzzy concept – a kind of never opened black box - that has not allowed understanding how knowledge gives birth to monetary income, nor to regional development. 

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Séminaire sur la recherche en gestion

Igor Livshits, Ph.D.
Professeur agrégé
Academic Director of Belarusian Economic Research and Outreach Center
University of Western Ontario

Le vendredi 18 mars 2016
9 h 30 à 11 h 30
Pavillon Desmarais 
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement) In this presentation, we investigate whether the onset of a sovereign default is associated with an increase in the probability that incumbent politicians lose office. 

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What are Data Supply Chains?

Anne L. Washington, Ph. D.
Professeure adjointe
École de politique publique
Université George Mason

Le vendredi 11 mars 2016
9 h à 11 h 
Pavillon Desmarais 
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement) Data science and business analytics rely on data-driven predictive models yet we know little about the business relationships that support this process.

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Entrepreneurship and the Strategic Management of Place

David Audretsch, Ph. D.
Professeur émérite
École d'affaires publiques et envrionnementales
Université Indiana

Le vendredi 26 février 2016
9 h 30 à 11 h 30 
Pavillon Desmarais 
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement) Entrepreneurship has emerged as a key strategy for regions, cities and provinces to attain a strong and sustained performance.

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Événements - 2015

Building High Performance Teams through Effective Conflict Profiles and Team Development Feedback Tools

Thomas O'Neill, Ph. D.
Professeur adjoint
Département de psychologie
Université de Calgary

Vendredi le 11 décembre 2015
10 h à 12 h 
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) In this talk professor O’Neill will discuss types of conflict and their implications for team effectiveness. 

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Workforce Alienation, Self-Employment and Entrepreneurial Learning: A Case Study In The UK Tourism Sector

David Crick, Ph. D.
Professeure titulaire
École de gestion Telfer
Université d'Ottawa

Vendredi le 16 octobre 2015
10 h à 12 h 
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 4165

(En anglais seulement.) This seminar highlights the entrepreneurial learning of an owner/manager of two businesses in the UK tourism sector. 

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Vertically Internet Integrated Firms (VIIFs) and their Challenges to the Internationalization Theories: Cases of Café-Press, Sell-a-Band, Air B-and-B and Uber Taxi

Hamid Etemad, Ph. D.
Professeure agrégé
Faculté de gestion Desautels
Université McGill

Vendredi le 2 octobre 2015
10 h à 12 h 
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) This presentation examines rapid internationalization of information-, knowledge- and technology-intensive firms, relying heavily on Web 2.0’s interactive capabilities to internationalize intensively while staying at home. 

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Senior Lender Control Rights and the Pricing of Corporate Bonds

Lynette Purda, Ph. D., CFA
Professeure agrégée et boursière RBC
École de gestion Queen's
Université Queen's

Vendredi le 25 septembre 2015
10 h à 11 h 30
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) We examine how the pricing of corporate debt is influenced by the frictions arising from creditor conflicts and power imbalances.

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Consumers, Food and Sustainability: Focus on Food Waste Concern

Lucie Sirieix, Ph. D.
Professeure en marketing
Centre international d'études supérieures en sciences agronomiques
Montpellier SupAgro (France)

Vendredi le 8 mai 2015
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Food sustainability and more precisely the question of food waste are increasing subjects of debate.

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The Moral Background: An Inquiry into the History of Business Ethics

Gabriel Abend, Ph. D.
Professeur adjoint
Département de sociologie
New York University

Vendredi le 24 avril 2015
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) In recent years, many disciplines have become interested in the scientific study of morality. However, a conceptual framework for this work is still lacking. In The Moral Background, Gabriel Abend develops just such a framework and uses it to investigate the history of business ethics in the United States from the 1850s to the 1930s.

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International Observatory on Sustainable Development in SMEs®: Results and Outlooks

Jean-Marie Courrent, Ph. D.
Professeur agrégé en gestion et en entrepreneuriat
Université Montpellier (France)

Vendredi le 27 mars 2015
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Sustainable development (SD) is the pursuit of a development which is viable, livable and equitable in the long term while taking into account the firm's profitability, its social development while protecting and managing natural resources.

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Commercializing University and Government Science: Developing “Eco-value Propositions” for Technologies That Would Otherwise Sit on the Shelf

Jeremy Hall, Ph. D.
Professeur
Beedie School of Business
Simon Fraser University

Vendredi le 27 février 2015
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) A key challenge for any new technology is to provide a value proposition for industry and investors, which can be particularly challenging in established markets with well-entrenched incumbents such as forestry and agriculture.

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The Power of One's Thoughts: A Look Inside the Executive Mind to Promote Effectiveness, Innovation, and Well-Being

Steven G. Rogelberg, Ph. D.
Professeur et Directeur
Organizational Science, Management, and Psychology
University of North Carolina - Charlotte

Vendredi le 6 février 2015
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) To successfully lead organizations, individuals first must be able to lead themselves, and internal dialogues known as self-talk resides at the heart of this process.

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Événements - 2014

Do International Investors Enhance Private Firm Value?

Ce séminaire est organisé en partenariat avec la Série de conférenciers éminents du Centre de recherche en comptabilité et en gouvernance CPA-Canada.

Douglas Cumming, J.D., Ph.D., CFA
Professeur en finance et en entrepreneuriat
Titulaire - Ontario Research Chair in Economics and Cross Cultural Studies
Schulich School of Business
York University

Vendredi le 21 novembre 2014
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) We examine the impact of international venture capital investors on private firm success spanning 69 countries over the years 1995-2010.

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Entrepreneurship and Family (in) Business: An Oxymoron?

Allan Discua Cruz, Ph. D.
Chargé d'enseignement
Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (IEED)
Management School, Lancaster University

Jeudi le 30 octobre 2014
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) To date most research about entrepreneurship in the family business context has concentrated on individuals or the firm per se. This seminar will review recent findings on how we can appreciate the overlap between the fields of entrepreneurship and family business.

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Explaining the Phenomenon of Over-Requirement in Software Development: Three Experiments Investigating Behavioral Effects

Nava Pliskin, Ph. D.
Professeure titulaire
Department of Industrial Engineering and Management
Ben-Gurion University (Israël)

Lundi le 29 septembre 2014
13 h 30 à 15 h 30
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 4130

(En anglais seulement.) One of the major risks associated with software development is related to the phenomenon of Over-Requirement. Also known as over-specification and gold-plating, Over-Requirement is manifested when a product or a service is specified beyond the actual needs of the customer or the market.

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Doing Well by Doing Good Well: The Differential Impact of CSR Depth and Breadth of Firm Financial Performance

Daina Mazutis, Ph. D.
Professeure adjointe en stragétie, leadership et éthique
International Institute for Management Development (IMD) en Suisse

Mercredi le 23 avril 2014
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) In the domain of corporate social responsibility (CSR), researchers have been urged to move beyond the question of ‘whether CSR pays’ to demonstrating ‘how CSR pays’. To address this question, I measure the financial implications of a firm’s choice to participate in stakeholder and social issues in terms of both the depth and breadth of their CSR engagement.

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Farm Entrepreneurs Managing for Success: Continual Innovation to Meet Challenges

Robert J. MacGregor
Agriculture et agroalimentaire Canada

Mercredi le 9 avril 2014
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) A series of ethnographic workshops for 4 different commodity sectors were conducted to collect longitudinal data linking management decisions contributing to success over time. Key elements to farm management were discussed in each workshop to allow for comparison over the sectors.

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Entrepreneurial Learning and Business Strategies in the New Zealand Wine Industry

David Crick, Ph. D.
Professeur - Entrepreneuriat international
School of Marketing and International Business
Victoria University of Wellington


Mercredi le 12 février 2014
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) This study reports on an investigation involving selected business activities of independently-owned New Zealand vineyards and is positioned at the marketing/ entrepreneurship interface. The aim is to investigate how entrepreneurial learning impacted on planning and strategies among owner/ managers with lifestyle in comparison to growth oriented objectives.

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Product Market Competition and the Financing of New Ventures

Jean-Etienne De Bettignies, Ph. D.
Professeur agrégé
Queen's School of Business
Queen's University


Mardi le 28 janvier 2014
13 h 30 à 15 h 30
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) This paper examines the interaction between venture risk, product market competition and entrepreneurs' choice between bank financing and venture capital (VC) financing. Under bank financing, a debt-type contract emerges as optimal, which allows the entrepreneur to retain full control of the venture and thus yields strong effort incentives, as long as she can service the debt repayment; but leads to liquidation in case of default, making the venture's success quite sensitive to exogenous, even temporary shocks that may hinder debt repayment.

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Événements - 2013

Balancing both Internal and External Organizational Legitimacy: Challenges for Managers and Entrepreneurs

Benson Honig, Ph. D.
Titulaire de la chaire Teresa Cascioli in Entrepreneurial Leadership
DeGroote School of Business
McMaster University


Vendredi le 13 décembre 2013
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Scholarship has essentially overlooked how legitimacy emerges and evolves within new organizations, particularly from an internal perspective; moreover, the relationship between internal and external legitimacy remains underexplored. In this research, we seek to understand how both internal and external legitimacy emerge and how they interact to shape organizational emergence and evolution.

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Protecting Property Rights in Canada: Institutional Landscape and Implications for Managers of Knowledge Intensive Firms

Namatié Traoré, Ph. D.
Professeur invité
École de gestion Telfer


Mercredi le 20 novembre 2013
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) As economies become more and more knowledge-based and as countries as well as firms’ competitive advantage is more and more pegged on their ability to create (innovate) and protect their innovations, protecting intellectual properties has become a central element of any national economic development policy.

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Technology Transfer: An International Open System Model

Emanuele Fiore, Ph. D.
Attaché scientifique - Ambassade d'Italie au Canada
Technologue - Institute of Chemistry and Technology of Polymers (ICTP) of the Italian National Research Council (NRC)
Professeur d'économie et de gestion - Université de Naples Federico II


Mercredi le 16 octobre 2013
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) One of the factors of competitiveness of our country is certainly the ability to support innovation and intensify the industrial research; small firms are weak in terms of innovation and contributions of State for research decrease significantly.

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Strategic Entrepreneurship and Small Firm Growth in Ghana

Paul Robson, Ph. D.
Professeur et Chair in Strategy/Entrepreneurship
School of Management
Royal Holloway, University of London


Mercredi le 10 avril 2013
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Using concepts derived from strategic entrepreneurship we discuss small firm growth models and investigate the determinants of small firm growth in Ghana.

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Global Bio-Nano Firms: Exploiting the Confluence of Technologies

Elicia Maine, Ph. D.
Professeure agrégée
Beedie School of Business
Simon Fraser University


Mercredi le 20 mars 2013
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Elicia Maine will discuss her findings from a sample of over 200 firms active in the emerging global bio-nano sector. The firms engaged in bio-nano research and development span the range from start-up firm to multinational pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical, and electronics firms: two thirds of bio-nano firms are relatively young and relatively small.

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Embedded Entrepreneurship in the Creative Re-construction of Place

Sarah Jack, Ph. D.
Professeure et directrice
Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
Management School
Lancaster University


Mercredi le 6 mars 2013
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) This paper focuses on the ways in which entrepreneurs engage with and on behalf of place and community. Drawing on the ideas of embeddedness and value transfer across spheres, we develop an appreciation of how the relationship between entrepreneurs and communities influences entrepreneurial practices and outcomes.

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Challenges of Studying and Managing Project Teams: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

François Chiocchio, Ph. D.
Professeur agrégé
Département de psychologie
Université de Montréal


Vendredi le 8 février 2013
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Projects, as a way of organizing work, and teams, as a way of organizing employees, have become ubiquitous in organizations. Factors contributing to this increase include the globalization of markets, organizations’ adaptation and response to change, increased needs for innovation and the increased rates of product replacement cycles.

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Collaborative Trends in the Biomedical Sciences: Facilitators, and Outcomes for Academic Researchers

Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen, Ph. D.
Professeure et directrice
Département de géographie
State University of New York - Buffalo


Vendredi le 25 janvier 2013
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Collaboration among university researchers is examined to understand how specific characteristics of networking associate with research outcomes, innovation, and academic entrepreneurship. A related goal of the study is to analyze outcomes of different types of collaboration of academic researchers with industry partners.

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Événements - 2012

Renegotiating Psychological Contracts: I Made You Millions and You Paid Me Pennies!

Scott C. Ensign, Ph. D.
Dobson Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Policy)
Laurier School of Business & Economics
Wilfrid Laurier University


Jeudi le 15 novembre 2012
14 h à 16 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Building on Thompson & Hart (2006) we take a psychological contract as a “set of perceived, but unwritten, obligations” that are accepted. Obligations shape behaviour and influence evaluations of fairness and integrity. In this paper we explore ethical conduct and the moral basis for contract re-examination when no legal basis exists to do so.

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External Knowledge Sourcing in Biotechnology through Acquisition versus Alliance: A KBV Approach

Sofy Carayannopoulos, Ph. D.
Professeure agrégée
Laurier School of Business & Economics
Wilfrid Laurier University


Jeudi le 20 septembre 2012
14 h à 16 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Knowledge sourcing is important for firms, especially in fast-paced industries. However, few studies explore the effects of knowledge-based predictors on the comparative choice of employing acquisitions versus alliances for sourcing external knowledge.

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The Multi-Dimensional Performances of Incubators: Validating a Specific Evaluation Model

Chaffik Bakkali
Candidat au doctorat
Université Montpellier I


Jeudi le 3 mai 2012
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Evaluating the performance of incubators is currently the subject of increasing debate. After a review of the literature on the subject, we will highlight the current lack of clarity around how incubators are evaluated. This can be explained by the difficulty to be found in defining relevant performance indicators.

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Promoting Innovation through Canada’s HealthBiotechnology Collaboration with China?

Halla Thorsteinsdóttir, Ph. D.
Professeure agrégée
Dalla Lana School of Public Health
University of Toronto


Jeudi le 29 mars 2012
14 h à 16 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) China has risen rapidly to become one of the most prolific publishers of international peer reviewed scientific publications. It has also been cultivating an active private sector development in science intensive fields.

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Antecedents of Entrepreneurial Decision-Making Processes: A Tale of Two Studies

Alexander McKelvie, Ph. D.
Professeur adjoint
Whitman School of Management
Syracuse University


Jeudi le 15 mars 2012
14 h à 16 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Recent research has begun to demonstrate two differing approaches to how entrepreneurs make decisions: effectuation and causation. These two processes represent diverse ways of thinking about developing and exploiting opportunities for potential new innovations, frequently illustrated by an internally-focused organic approach vs. a competitively focused deliberate planning approach.

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Relational and Structural Elements of Entrepreneurial Orientation Formation

Dirk De Clerck, Ph. D.
Professeur de gestion
Faculty of Business
Brock University


Vendredi le 17 février 2012
10 h à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement). This study considers the mediating role of internal knowledge sharing in the relationship between two critical aspects of intra-firm social capital (trust and goal congruence) and entrepreneurial orientation (EO), as well as how this role might be moderated by the firm’s level of formalization.

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Can Social Media Redefine the Online Music Industry? A Look at Shared Social Responsibility and Shared Value.

Geneviève Bassellier, Ph. D.
Professeure agrégée
Faculté de gestion Desautels
Université McGill


Mardi le 24 janvier 2012
14 h à 16 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement). Over the past several years, technology has had a significant impact on the music industry. As an information good, songs can be reproduced by virtually anyone at zero marginal cost.

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Événements - 2011

Risk, Balanced Skills and Entrepreneurship

Simon Parker, Ph. D.
Professeur agrégé en entrepreneuriat
Directeur, Entrepreneurship Cross-Enterprise Centre
Richard Ivey School of Business
The University of Western Ontario


Mercredi le 14 décembre 2011
14 h à 16 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement). This paper proposes that risk aversion encourage individuals to invest in balanced skill profiles, making them more likely to become entrepreneurs.

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How Firm Strategies Influence the Architecture of Transaction Networks

Jianxi Luo, Ph. D.
Chercheur postdoctoral
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)


Mardi le 5 avril 2011
10 h 30 à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

Dans le contexte de l’écosystème des affaires, la hiérarchie est une propriété architecturale qui se réfère à la direction unique des transactions : du « haut » vers le « bas ». On prend souvent pour acquis que la circulation unidirectionnelle des produits dans une chaîne de valeur donnée implique une hiérarchie similaire dans le réseau de transactions des entreprises qui participent à la chaîne.

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A Sport Business Research Agenda

Norm O'Reilly, Ph. D.
Professeur agrégé
École des sciences de l’activité physique
Faculté des sciences de la santé, Université d’Ottawa


Mardi le 29 mars 2011
11 h 30 à 13 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) The research discipline of sport management, spawned in Faculties of physical education and kinesiology around North America, is fast becoming of interest to business schools, which – from elite business schools such as Stanford to 100’s to hybrid program partnerships between bus schools and human kinetics schools – are launching programs, developing research institutes and offering executive education in the area.

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Global Innovation Networks – Scopes and Drivers: Preliminary Findings from an Ongoing EU Project

Heidi Wiig Aslesen, Ph. D.
Professeure agrégée
Department of Innovation and Economic Organisation
Norwegian School of Management (BI)


Mardi le 15 mars 2011
10 h 30 à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) It is commonly argued that we are witnessing a shift from global production networks, driven by the search for lower cost production sites and market access, to global innovation networks (GINs), driven by the search for technological complementarities. However, these networks are highly differentiated across firms and sectors.

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Innovation Ambidexterity, Firm Size and Performance

Stewart Thornhill, Ph. D.
Professeur
Richard Ivey School of Business
The University of Western Ontario


Vendredi le 14 janvier 2011
10 h 30 à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

Lors de ce séminaire, M. Stewart Thornhill présentera son étude qui examine dans quelle mesure l’ambidextérité de l’innovation a des conséquences sur la taille des entreprises.

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Événements - 2010

Current Research and Trends in the Angel Investor Market

Jeffrey E. Sohl, Ph. D.
Professeur
Whittemore School of Business and Economics
University of New Hampshire, États-Unis


Mardi le 14 décembre 2010
15 h à 17 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

Les entreprises à forte croissance sont, depuis les 25 dernières années, une des sources les plus importantes de création d’emploi. Ces dernières possèdent un potentiel considérable pour transposer l’innovation sur le marché et dans le développement économique durable.

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Globalization from the Margins: Social and Spatial Dimensions of Entrepreneurship in Isolated Places

Nathan Young, Ph. D.
Professeur adjoint
Faculté des sciences sociales
Université d'Ottawa


Vendredi le 10 décembre 2010
10 h 30 à 12 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

Dans les régions périphériques, le développement économique a toujours été difficile, particulièrement pour les petites et moyennes entreprises (PME). Ces dernières sont confrontées à la distance et l’isolation, au manque de ressources financières, aux problèmes d’approvisionnement, aux limites de la technologie, aux restrictions du marché de l’emploi et (souvent) aux intérêts corporatifs bien arrêtés.

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UK SMEs' Internationalisation Strategies: A Longitudinal Study of International Market De-Selection and Re-Selection Decisions

David Crick, Ph. D.
professeur en gestion internationale des affaires
Victoria University, Wellington (Nouvelle-Zélande)


Jeudi le 16 septembre 2010
14 h 30 à 16 h
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

Beaucoup de chercheurs se sont penchés sur les enjeux des stratégies d’internationalisation.

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Searching for Clues: A Process Theory of Exploratory Product Innovation

Deborah Dougherty, Ph. D.
Professeure
Rutgers Business School
The State University of New Jersey


Vendredi le 26 mars 2010
11 h 30 à 13 h 30
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) Research on learning for innovation finds that exploratory product innovation is vital for many organizations, but does not explain the social practices that constitute this capability.

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A Theoretical Study of the R&D Intensity and some of its Implications

Tom Brzustowski, Ph. D.
Professeur RBC Groupe Financier en commercialisation de l'innovation
École de gestion Telfer
Université d'Ottawa


Vendredi le 29 janvier 2010
11 h 30 à 13 h 30
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170

(En anglais seulement.) The ratio of a company's R&D expenditures to its sales revenues is called the R&D intensity (RDI). It turns out that the RDI is a useful indicator of several aspects of the business activities of a company that spends on R&D.

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Événements - 2009

Experience Goods: A New Problem for Innovation Theory

Richard Hawkins, Ph. D.
Canada Research Chair in the Social Context of Technology
Faculty of Communication & Culture
University of Calgary


Vendredi le 11 décembre 2009

(En anglais seulement.) Over more than half a century, Schumpeter’s basic theory that economic growth is induced by innovation and entrepreneurship has undergone significant development and transformation.

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Innovation activities of MNEs in China: Empirical evidence from the German automobile, chemical and electronics

Javier Revilla Diez, Ph. D.
Professor and Chair of Economic Geography
Universität Hannover (Hannover, Germany)


Vendredi le 27 novembre 2009

(En anglais seulement.) Nowadays, China has become an attractive place to set up foreign Research and Development (R&D) facilities. The reasons for this differ. On the one hand, there are market- and cost-related motives that make China an ideal place for R&D, while on the other hand, there are technology-oriented motives for companies to undertake R&D activities in China.

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A Look at the Field of Entrepreneurship: Conferences as a Measure of Activity

Andrew Zacharakis, Ph. D.
Professor and John H. Muller, Jr. Chair in Entrepreneurship
Babson College


Vendredi le 23 octobre 2009

(En anglais seulement.) This chat will focus on the value of academic conferences, not only as a venue that highlights current research trends, but also as a forum to build networks.

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The Influence of Marketing and R&D Spending on Firm Growth

Moren Levesque, Ph. D.
Professeure
Schulich School of Business
York University


Vendredi le 25 septembre 2009

(En anglais seulement.) This presentation investigates firm growth by considering the laws of motion of marketing and R&D stocks. We use the concept of balanced growth to specify a production function where the rates of growth in the production factors and revenues are directly proportional.

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Crisis and Opportunity: The New Case for a Canadian Auto Sector

Scott Paterson
Président
DriveNorth (Ottawa)


Vendredi le 13 février 2009

(En anglais seulement.) This paper examines the possibility of Canada creating an indigenous auto sector in the light of dynamic and continuing changes in the American auto sector. The presentation will be informal and generalist in its approach to the question.

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The Impact of Ownership and Control on Innovation in the U.S. Pharmaceutical Industry

Phillip Phan, Ph. D.
Professeur et vice-doyen
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School


Jeudi le 5 mars 2009

(En anglais seulement.) The study to be presented explores the impact of ownership and control on innovation over a 5-year period for 86 publicly listed pharmaceutical firms.

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Export Intensity, Human Capital and Business Ownership Experience

Paul Robson, Ph. D.
Professeur
Entrepreneurship
Durham University (England)


Vendredi le 27 mars 2009

(En anglais seulement.) This presentation examines whether human capital, particularly prior business ownership experience, is associated with the opportunity exploitation outcome relating to the intensity of exporting.

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Evaluating SBU Heterogeneity: Comparing the Miles and Snow Strategic Framework against Alternative Quantitative Modeling Approaches

Anthony Di Benedetto, Ph. D.
Marketing and Senior Washburn Research Fellow, Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA), and
Visiting Professor, International Entrepreneurship, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (The Netherlands)


Vendredi le 1er mai 2009

(En anglais seulement.) The Miles Snow (1978) strategic typology has been widely adopted in the marketing and management strategy literatures and has stood the test of time. According to this model, SBUs of different strategic types compete and succeed by consistently implementing certain types of strategies.

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Innovation and Business Strategy: Why Canada Falls Short

Peter Nicholson, Ph. D.
Premier président et directeur général
Conseil des académies canadiennes
Membre de l'Ordre du Canada


Vendredi le 22 mai 2009

Le comité d’experts sur l’innovation dans les entreprises s’est réuni pour la première fois en novembre 2007, à une période où l’indice de la Bourse de Toronto (Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX) approchait 14 000, le prix du baril de pétrole était à près de 100 $, la valeur du dollar canadien était supérieure à celle du dollar américain, la croissance économique était solide et le taux de chômage était à son niveau le plus bas depuis plusieurs décennies.

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